Effective child management is typically impacted by parenting beliefs and values that influence our parenting abilities (90%) and the implementation of specific parenting skills (10%). This live powerful one-hour webinar explores parental beliefs and values (the 90%) that could limit or reduce child behavior improvement. Unless these beliefs and values are identified and addressed, very little progress, if any, can be made to improve child misbehavior.
This webinar explores:
1. Whether discipline is responsible for behavior change,
2. At what age parents should begin disciplining their child,
3. Disciplining an ADHD child,
4. Whether psychotropic medication cures misbehavior, and
5. Preventing parental burnout.
The presenter is Mark Lakewood, CEO of Building Strong Families National Seminars, a distinguished parenting expert, author, and speaker with over 20 years of clinical experience as a mental health therapist. Mr. Lakewood has an extensive history providing therapy services to children, adolescents, and adults. Several years ago, he developed and facilitated an effective parenting program for parents of strong-willed children that gained local recognition. This program taught parents strategies and techniques to help them effectively manage their children's behavior. Based on this program, Mr. Lakewood later created the Sudden Compliance Program and is currently offering it as a DVD/downloadable video series and as a webinar series.
This webinar is presently scheduled for Tuesday, April 6th, 2010 from 10:00am to 11:00am Mountain Standard Time. There are additional dates/times to select from. If the scheduled days/times are inconvenient, participants can schedule this live webinar to be presented on a day/time most convenient to them.
For more information or to pre-register, participants are asked to visit http://www.Top10ParentingMythsAndMisconceptions.info